Its been an accusation leveled at the United States on several occasions, due to its foreign policy pursued in Syria. We know already about the suspicious Islamist leanings of Barrack Obama, and the curious inaction of his administration to’degrade and ultimately destroy ISIS’, as was once promised.
But is it possible really, to definitively determine whether or not Obama is aiming to support the Islamic State? Probably not, but with the US’s continued actions which have continued to hinder the primary enemy of the Islamic State, as witnessed in the recent bombing of 62 Syrian soldiers, these questions will only grow in frequency.
“Russia accuses US of BACKING ISIS after blundering airstrike hands death cult victory”, Express, September 18 2016:
AMERICA stands accused of supporting Islamic State terrorists after a US-led airstrike allegedly killed up to 80 Russian-backed Syrian troops, leaving the tentative ceasefire in tatters.
The Russian government has claimed the attack allowed ISIS to overrun a Syrian military outpost in north-eastern Syria and said there can now be “no doubts” that the US is backing the jihadis.The US military said they believed coalition jets were targeting Islamic State positions in north-eastern Syria.
But this was refuted by the Russian government, who claimed the attack on Syrian military personnel and vehicles near Deir al-Zor airport played right into ISIS’ hands.
While the Russian defence ministry said the attack killed 60 troops, the British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 80 soldiers died.The Russian foreign ministry blasted the US for “defending Islamic State”.
A spokeswoman said: “We are reaching a really terrifying conclusion for the whole world: That the White House is defending Islamic State.
“Now there can be no doubts about that.”
A US military official said he was “pretty sure” targets mistakenly hit in the bombings were Syrian forces.
But a spokesman added that “coalition forces would not intentionally strike a known Syrian military unit” and the strikes had been carried out after days of tracking potential targets.
The Syrian army also lashed out at the US, claiming the alleged bombing was “conclusive proof” of coalition support of ISIS.The evil jihadist group’s propaganda agency Amaq claimed they had overrun the Syrian army position after the strike.
But Syrian president Bashar al-Assad’s men later said they had re-taken the outpost.
It is hoped the ceasefire could help put a stop to more than five years of conflict in Syria Now Moscow is calling for an emergency UN Security Council meeting to save a ceasefire in the country at breaking point.The ceasefire – between Syrian regime forces and US-backed Syrian rebels and supported by the Kremlin and Washington – took effect on Monday and there has been a marked reduction in violence across Syria.
It raised hopes of a lasting peace settlement after more than five years of war.
But the relative quiet has been marred by outbreaks of violence, with Russia accusing the US of backing rebel groups that had increased the shelling of civilian areas.